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Garage Sale - Ford 9 Inch Housing for 1955-57 Chevy
Garage Sale - Ford 9 Inch Housing for 1955-57 Chevy

Garage Sale - Ford 9 Inch Housing for 1955-57 Chevy

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This is garage sale priced because it has some minor damage from shipping.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items   


Now you can have the strength and serviceability that Ford drivers have enjoyed for years underneath your GM vehicle. Currie Crate Rearends are built using the stock overall width, pinion offest, and mounting points of your original rear axle housing, making it a 100% bolt-in upgrade.  Designed as a bolt-in kit for 1955-57 Chevy Car applications.

  • All new 9-Plus heavy duty housing
  • Replacement fit for 1955-57 Chevy chassis
  • Heavy duty 2” wide leaf spring pads installed in the stock location
  • 60" width
  • Third member studs installed
  • 1/4” thick heavy duty bearing retainer plates

Note: Works with Speedway rear disc brake kits, 11" Ford Explorer disc brakes, and Wilwood disc brakes. Third member sold separately.

How to Measure Your Housing Tech Tip (Link)

To learn more about Currie's 9+ rearends, check out these Frequently Asked Questions on 9-Plus Housing (Link)

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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